Bill Keller

Marshall Project

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Editor-in-Chief of the Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization focusing on criminal justice issues in the United States

Bill Keller on KCRW

After decades of “tough on crime” laws, the US has packed its prisons with young, black convicts for non-violent drug crimes.  Many conservatives now agree a system that’s not working…

Crime and Punishment: Is It Time for Reform?

After decades of “tough on crime” laws, the US has packed its prisons with young, black convicts for non-violent drug crimes.  Many conservatives now agree a system that’s not working…

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